- cultivated, erudite, belletristic, grammatical, well-informed, literate, literary, instructed, scholarly, polymath, able, educated, intellectual, skilled, smart, brilliant, well-read, highbrow, sophisticated, aware, sage, experienced, taught, knowledgeable, intelligent, learned, idiomatic, schooled, expert, wise, trained, acquainted.
We cheerfully acknowledge great personal indebtedness to that author for such an exhibition of this subject as shows its mighty influence over sagacious, strong, calm, good, and able men who were living witnesses and actors in its scenes; and shows also that common sense will instinctively feel that the acts imputed to a few illiterate girls and misses were beyond the powers which nature by her usual and well- known processes ever bestowed upon them. "Witchcraft of New England Explained by Modern Spiritualism" by Allen Putnam
It must appear from a broad- minded consideration of the practical workings of this Postal Direct Primary law that there is no valid reason why it would not work with splendid success even in the congested and illiterate districts of our larger cities. "Story of the Session of the California Legislature of 1909" by Franklin Hichborn